Fertile Ground

June 12, 2009
By Eva Neligh SILVER, Lakewood, Colorado
Eva Neligh SILVER, Lakewood, Colorado
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A seed of hope is placed anew,
To welcome dreams that are too few,
So to extend a branch of thoughts,
And grow the root that never rots.

The fertile ground is seen today
To purify those held at bay,
To blanket and secure the lost,
To shelter - no matter the cost.
A sanctuary, at best,
Allowing sleepless men to rest.


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